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Courtland Allen grew up totally opposite of his twin brother, Channing, but influenced by him nevertheless. His family was rooted in entrepreneurship, and as such, Courtland was heavily inspired to build and run his own thing. After going through Y Combinator and trying out different startups, he landed on the idea for Indie Hackers - and it checked all the boxes for what he wanted to work on. He spent three weeks, and built a community for creators who want to find freedom in making a living for themselves online.
Zach Moreno is quite the renaissance man, being an artist, designer, author, developer... and a loving husband. He has interned on the Chrome team at Google, building extensions of DevTools and as a big believer in AngularJS, he wrote a book about deployment essentials of the language. After attempting to record a sci-fi drama, he found that the conventional remote audio recording tools didn't produce a good quality recording... so much so, that he decided to build SquadCast - the best way for podcasters to record awesome sounding remote conversations.
Startup veteran Wil Schroter is a family man, and now amateur carpenter. He spends a lot of his spare time, covered in sawdust and enjoying a balance of analog activities, away from digital life. He has spend 25 years as a startup CEO, and during that team, he learned that what he was best at was teaching people how to go through the startup process. For his 9th startup, he built startups.com - a place to provide education and tools to help founders through the entire startup process - and this solution was catalyzed with the creation of a funding platform
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Our host, Noah Labhart, was interview on several podcasts during the month of February - ranging from topics of podcasting, entrepreneurship, software dev and manufacturing. Check them out below!
Veryable (https://veryableops.com/) just might be the solution to the workforce shortage challenges we as manufacturing leaders are all too aware of. Veryable is an on-demand marketplace for manufacturing labor, essentially making it “The Uber of the Factory Floor.” You can ramp up and ramp down yo…